Euro 2020: Austria advance to last 16 with win over Ukraine
Christoph Baumgartner’s first half goal sealed a slice of history for Austria as they defeated dismal Ukraine 1-0 on Monday to finish runners-up in Group C and seal a first ever place in the last 16 of the European Championship.
England players Chilwell, Mount in isolation after contact with Gilmour
England players Ben Chilwell and Mason Mount are self-isolating after coming into contact with Scotland midfielder Billy Gilmour, who tested positive for COVID-19 earlier on Monday, the Football Association said in a statement. "The pair will be kept away from the rest of the England players and wider support team," the statement added.
I don't think I would be alive if I grew up in UK: Michael Holding
The fieriness in his youth would have cost him his life if he grew up in England, feels fast bowling great Michael Holding who has also become a leading voice against racism. "I don't think I would be alive today. As a young man I was a bit fiery. I kicked a stump out of the ground in New Zealand (1980) so can you imagine me going through what Ebony went through?" he said.
Summer McIntosh, 14, could follow Penny Oleksiak as Canada's next Olympic breakout
Sports/Olympics/Summer Sports/Aquatics/Swimming: Fourteen-year-old Summer McIntosh beat Penny Oleksiak, 21, to win the 200-metre freestyle final on Sunday in Toronto at the national Olympic swim trials, booking her spot at the Tokyo Games. McIntosh, a rising star, may now be staring at a similar trajectory as her training partner Oleksiak.
Manchester City make $138 million move for Kane: Reports
Manchester City have made a bid of 100 million pounds (138 million dollars) to Tottenham for England captain Harry Kane, according to reports on Monday. Kane, 27, has publicly expressed his desire to add trophies to his excellent goalscoring record and is believed to be keen on a move away from his boyhood club this summer.
Euro 2020: Belgium progress after third straight win
Football|: St Petersburg, Russia: Belgium beat Finland 2-0 on Monday to finish top of Euro 2020 Group B and leave the Finns third in the standings with only a slim chance of making the last 16. A second-half own goal by Finland goalkeeper Lukas Hradecky and a strike by Romelu Lukaku secured Belgium’s third successive win. Hradecky fumbled in a ball that had hit his left post, giving Belgium a 1-0 lead in the 74th minute. Lukaku added the second after having another effort disallowed having been judged offside. Belgium will face one of the third-placed sides in Seville on June 27. Denmark, second in Group B after their 4-1 win over Russia on Monday, will play Wales in Amsterdam on June 26. Finland must wait to see if they qualify for the knockout stages.